What We Learned About 3D Printing at CES 2014

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Worcester Polytechnic Institute Professor, Doctoral Candidate Win Kalenian Award for Developing Product that Will Assist Individuals with Disabilities

Robotics Engineering Professor Taskin Padir and Doctoral Student Velin Dimitrov Win $25,000 Award

Research Could Lead to More Agile, Energy-Efficient Walking Robots

Humans and some of our hominid ancestors such as Homo erectus have been walking for more than a million years, and researchers are close to figuring out how we do it.

Novel Control System Makes Robots More Intelligent

Using arm sensors that can "read" a person's muscle movements, Georgia Institute of Technology researchers have created a control system that makes robots more intelligent.

Expanded Ethernet Switch Family from Aitech Offers Robust Network Communication

Rugged switches effectively manage data in harsh environments

New Sizes for the WSG Series

The WSG has a long stroke which allows reliable handling of different components and grip force can be precisely controlled internally.

Midwest Engineering Systems Inc. & Workforce Development

Midwest Engineering Systems Inc. is exhibiting at 3 College Career Fairs in the Greater Milwaukee Area in February 2014.

New Adjustment-Free Magnetostrictive Position Sensors

The TP1 Series is plug-in compatible with other similar sensors and is offered in standard measurement ranges of 50 to 4,500 mm.

New Programmable Rotary Position Sensors

Vert-X 22E Series can be programmed by customers or at the factory for the slope of the linear output, zero and end-points, mid-point and switch steps.

New Programmable Linear Position Sensors

Models with and without return spring are available.

New Low Power Rotary Position Sensor

Applications include robotics, battery powered devices, joy sticks and control valves.

Stratasys 3D Printing Added to 3shape Implant Planning and Guided Surgery Solution

Manufacturing pre-settings for Stratasys 3D Printers create seamless digital workflow for more accurate drill guides and improved patient experience

Xilinx Zynq-7000 All Programmable SoCs Enable Wuhan Maxsine's EP3E Servo Drive

Wuhan Maxsine significantly reduced design cycles and greatly accelerated time to market

Adept Technology Enhances Sales Network in North America

With the addition of several manufacturers' representatives and distributors

Lenze Posts Positive FY2013 Sales Growth

Lenze announces earnings at 'Race for the Future' Trade Press Event

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